In this issue, we celebrate design without borders – from the calligraphic graffiti climbing a mosque in Tunisia to design born from the Cuban Revolution, the power of international design refuses to be ignored.
When a master printing firm headquartered in New York launched their own art department, they went all-out to introduce Ernest C. Riedel as its leader, even creating a witty booklet. But not everyone found it funny. Take a look inside.
Intourist was the office through which all foreigners had to pass if traveled in the USSR, the country where everything was invented. Intourist was known for producing some stunning posters like the ones shown here.
In the lead-up to the Great War, which wasn’t so great but it was mightily destructive, the Russian press was at once oblivious and concerned. These three newsprint magazines, present the panoply of engagement.